Speed bag training, also sometimes called speedball training, is fundamental in every boxer’s or martial artist’s training career. I have tested a series of speed bags during my last couple of months of martial arts training, and have found the RDX Speed Ball to be the best option for speed bag training.
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In recent months, I have tested a bunch of boxing and combat sports equipment, among which were also a couple of punching dummy bags. The versatility of this product is what makes it so awesome, since you can deliver some punches and knees to it, then grab it and throw it on the ground and go into a ground-and-pound drill, where you can also specifically target the liver, ribcage, jaws or other areas on the body which are sensitive to strikes.
Heavy bags are some of the best tools to train combat sports and cardio, and they don’t exist without a high-quality heavy bag stand. This one works with the same pegs-and-weights system, which can provide some awesome stability for training, but it won’t provide that 360-degree access to the bag, or even 180 degrees, actually.